A note from our Chairman and Chief Development Officer
When we set out to form Streetworks Development, our goal was to create a different kind of development company. One that listens before it speaks. One that views development from the street-up, not the roof-down. One that encourages prosperity, not just profitability. One that creates assets for its communities, not just buildings.
Decades later, we’re fulfilling that vision every day. We pride ourselves on being great listeners, but we want to become even better. We believe that authentic and enduring development draws on inspiration from as many voices as possible from the surrounding community of businesses and residents; it doesn’t come from an outsider’s vision being imposed upon them. Sometimes it means that our projects take a little bit longer – and may cost us a bit more – but this spirit of collaboration helps us build spaces that complement their surroundings while building long-term economic and social value in their communities.
After 30+ years of development experience, we like to think that we’re still students of how to make our strategy more thoughtful, smart, and sustainable. But, we will make these promises: we will bring passion to our work, we will collaborate with community stakeholders in good faith, and we will reject cookie-cutter development approaches. And, above all, we will strive to be good neighbors each and every day.
Streetworks Development has successfully executed over 20 million square feet of mixed use development
A tradition of forward-thinking
Leveraging four decades of experience, we create and reinvigorate urban districts, drive smart development and build the communities of the future. Our team innovates new solutions for public spaces, office, retail, residential, health and entertainment. But, we don’t just develop – we listen to residents and stakeholders about the specific needs of their community, and how we can create spaces that they’ll be proud to call their own.
See what we've built
The District Detroit
Spanning 50 square blocks and anchored by the award-winning Little Caesars Arena, The District Detroit has emerged as one of the world’s great sports, entertainment and mixed-use districts.
9600 Wilshire Boulevard
Beverly Hills, California
Anchored by Saks Fifth Avenue, HBC is proposing a plan that balances the continued presence of Saks with the new retail environment. It adds much- needed new office space, the first luxury apartments built in more than a decade, a publicly accessible Terrace and redesigned sidewalks and streets to enhance the pedestrian experience. 9600 Wilshire Boulevard will be the most comprehensive investment in the rebirth of Beverly Hills’ retail, commercial and residential future in decades.Learn More
The Bay Building Vancouver
The Bay Building Vancouver proposes the redevelopment plan for the iconic Hudson’s Bay building including the creation of one million new square feet of office space, while still preserving the building’s heritage facade.Learn More
1440 Northern Boulevard
Manhasset, New York
The former Lord & Taylor building in Manhasset is being reimagined to provide ambulatory medical offices for a major healthcare provider.Learn More
1200 Franklin Ave
Garden City, New York
Located in the beautiful village of Garden City on Long Island, the former Lord & Taylor building has been completely reimagined to provide Class-A office space for a variety of office tenants, including a world-known financial services company, and a leading healthcare medical provider.Learn More